Milos Karadaglic – Sound Of Silence (LP)

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Miloš Karadaglic, described as “The hottest guitarist in the world” by The Sunday Times, releases the poignantly titled new album, Sound Of Silence on Decca. Last time we saw the Montenegrin-born and London based classical guitarist, his Beatles album Blackbird had been received with unanimous acclaim, his new record was already in development and a major international concert tour was booked. It was then that Miloš was struck by an inexplicable but devastating hand injury. Unable to play, he was forced to pull out of multiple engagements and studio dates, with no real sense of when or if he might recover.

Sound Of Silence is Miloš’ personal reflection on this time. It includes classical guitar pieces he played while rebuilding himself from the ground up, as well as beautifully varied songs he listened to when he had to rest and escape from it all. Milos’ very own takes on songs like Portishead’s “Sour Times,” Radiohead’s “Street Spirit” and Leonard Cohen’s “Famous Blue Raincoat” sit alongside guitar pieces by Pujol and Tarrega. Star saxophonist and friend, Jess Gillam joins Miloš for two melancholic duets, as well as hang player and regular collaborator of Björk, Manu Delago for a very special take on the classic song “Nights in White Satin.”

The whole record is a moving snapshot of an outstanding artist in full grasp of his extravagant musical gifts at a critical moment in his life and career, now set on an exciting new path.

  1. The Sound Of Silence
  2. Sour Times
  3. Endecha
  4. Moving Mountains
  5. Nana
  6. Street Spirit (Fade Out)
  7. The Book Of Love
  8. Evocación
  9. Famous Blue Raincoat
  10. Oremus
  11. Solitude
  12. Canción de Cuna
  13. Nights in White Satin
  14. Milonga
  15. Life For Rent
  16. Over The Rainbow


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